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Twentieth Century History

Andrew HamiltonEssays

by Andrew Hamilton TO INFORMED viewers Jewish director Billy Wilder’s acclaimed comedy A Foreign Affair, released in the immediate aftermath of WWII, makes strange viewing today. It provides, however, a window into the strange psyche of the now dominant race. Set in the ghastly ruins of postwar Berlin,…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

What Will the Next Thousand Years Bring? by Dr. William L. Pierce AS WE MOVE into the last Presidential administration of this millennium, it may be useful for us to survey our recent past and think about how we can do better in the future. If we are to survive the next millennium, we really must avoid some…
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Classic Essays

by Yggdrasil I WOULD LIKE to introduce you to Sir Arthur Keith (pictured), father of modern Nationalism and the single most important thinker of the Twentieth Century. Keith (1866-1955) was born in Scotland, the son of a modest farmer. Trained as a medical doctor, he became one of the first structural…
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